Through my different jobs I have developed a wide range of skills. I was a Restaurant Manager for a Pizza Chain for about 4 and 1/2 years before I started my Law Enforcement career. While in management I was responsible for operating and maintaining the business. I was also responsible for the employee development, scheduling and financial duties. My Law Enforcement career started with the Kern County Sheriff's Department working in a Correctional Facility and I received specialized training in Jail operations. When I moved to outside Patrol Operations I was assigned to be a Field Training Officer and a Defensive Tactics Team Instructor. I also was assigned to the Emergency Response Team for the Court Services Division. I purchased a small business and ran that business, along with working my Law Enforcement job, for 7 years. My last 15 years in Law Enforcement was with Stanislaus County Probation working in Juvenile Hall and then working in Alternative Programs checking on minors that were on house arrest and electronic monitoring.
During my Law Enforcement career I was trusted with the position of a Field Training Officer to train officers new to the patrol division. I achieved my POST Intermediate and Advanced Officer rating and was assigned to the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team which is responsible for responding to and suppressing riot or large scale disturbances at detention facilities. After I purchased my small business I raised its weekly income by almost 80 percent during the time that I owned the business. I did this through personally making contacts, training my employees well and marketing the business. In my career with the Probation Department I moved from working in Juvenile Hall to a position as one of the first Armed Officer positions for Juvenile Hall working in the Alternative Programs department.
Responsible for the overall safety and well being of juveniles booked into juvenile hall. Worked in the housing units maintaining order and control, and doing general counseling with juveniles and groups. I participated in the opening of two of juvenile halls units and I was on the panels that developed the rules and regulations and procedures for the new units. I retired from my Law Enforcement career in Nov. 2011
I was responsible for the complete operation of a franchised business. I maintained control over the inventory, training, hiring and terminations and all financial aspects of the business. After increasing the business income by 80 percent or more, I sold the business in 2002 to continue my career with Stanislaus Co. Probation
I accepted a position with the City of Manteca in January of 1995. I completed my training program and became a solo officer. My duties were to patrol the metropolitan areas of Manteca and enforce both criminal and traffic laws. I resigned my full time position and accepted a Level One Reserve Position when I purchased my Subway business in Modesto.
I started working for Kern Co. Sheriff Department in the corrections division at the Lerdo Detention Facility. I was there for 2 and 1/2 years. I then transferred to the Operations Bureau to work patrol for the metropolitan Bakersfield area. I worked in Operations for 7 and 3/4 years. I then transferred to the Court Services Unit and worked in prisoner transport for about 2 years. I resigned my position with Kern Co. to accept the position at Manteca.
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